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A confirmed case of chicken pox has halted all deportations and arrivals to a brand new immigrant detention facility in Artesia, New Mexico.
El Paso Public Health Director Ruben Resendes told KFOX14 the odds of the virus not spreading in the shelter are very low.
“If you have chicken pox, you are infectious two days before you even start showing symptoms,” he said.
Chicken Pox Outbreak
“It’s one of the most contagious viruses out there,” Resendes said. “Skin to skin, airborne, people used to have chicken pox parties and everyone in the room would get it.”
Resendes told KFOX14 while chicken pox is normally fairly mild for children, it can be very severe for adults if they get it a second time.
originally posted by: WanDash
originally posted by: loveguy
I get the feeling these children were never immunized, as a plan to be included in some future event, happening presently.
Although Mexicans remain the largest group, U.S.-bound migrants today are increasingly likely to be young Central Americans fleeing violence as well as poverty, or migrants from remote locales such as India and Africa who pay top smuggling fees. They journey through a gantlet of predators
Smuggling fees for immigrants from Asia and Africa depend on factors such as the length and risk of the trip and use of fraudulent documents. Chinese migrants pay as much as $65,000 and Indians about $25,000, according to U.S. border enforcement officials.
ALOHA! ... ( Illegals )
The boys and girls arrived by jetliner — and were quickly taken away by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
We don’t know if the kids were flown first class or coach.
ICE won’t comment.
Canada ... ( to guard against spread of Ebola )
Britain's foreign secretary said Ebola poses a threat to his country, and he's convened an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss the possible spread of the virus.
Routine vaccines when traveling to El Salvador
Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines before every trip. These vaccines include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot.